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#The pomaunder of prayer, newly made by Thomas Becon#

##Becon, Thomas, 1512-1567.## The pomaunder of prayer, newly made by Thomas Becon Becon, Thomas, 1512-1567.

##General Summary##

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##Content Summary##

#####Front##### THOMAS BECONVS SACROSĀCTAE THEOLOGIAE PROFESSOR. AETATIS SVAE .41 ANo DN̄I .1553.portrait of Thomas

  1. To the moste honorable and vertuous Lady Anne of Cleue, her grace, syster to the hye and myghtye Prynce Wylliam Duke of Cleue. &c. Thomas Becon wysheth the fauor of God, long lyfe and continuall health.

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  1. ¶ The Pomaūder of Prayer.

    _ ¶ A Prayer for the morning.

    _ ¶ A prayer for ye Euening.

    _ A prayer for the forgeuenes of synne.

    _ A prayer vnto God the father.

    _ ¶ A prayer vnto God the sonne.

    _ ¶ Unto God the holy ghost.

    _ ¶ Particular prayers to be sayed of the Magistrates.

    _ ¶ Of the ministers of Gods word.

    _ ¶ Of Subiectes or Commens.

    _ ¶ Of Fathers and Mothers.

    _ ¶ Of Children.

    _ ¶ Of Masters.

    _ ¶ Of Seruauntes.

    _ ¶ Of Mayds.

    _ ¶ Of Singlemen.

    _ ¶ Of Husbandes.

    _ ¶ Of Wyues.

    _ ¶ Of Housholders.

    _ ¶ Of all Christians.

    _ ¶ For the Grace & fauour of God.

    _ ¶ For the gift of the holy Ghost.

    _ ¶ For the true knowledge of our selues.

    _ ¶ For a pure and clene Hart.

    _ ¶ For a quiet conscience.

    _ ¶ For Faith.

    _ ¶ For Charitie.

    _ ¶ For Pacience.

    _ ❧ For Humilitie.

    _ ❧ For Mercifulnes.

    _ For true godlynes.

    _ ❧ For the true vnderstanding of Gods word.

    _ ❧ For a lyfe agreable to our knowledge.

    _ ❧ For the health of the body

    _ ❧ For a good name.

    _ ❧ For a compitent liuing.

    _ ¶ For a pacient and thankfull hart in sicknes.

    _ ¶ For strength against the deuell, the world, and the flesh.

    _ ¶ For the helpe of Gods holy Aungels.

    _ ¶ A prayer to our Lorde Iesus Christe, called Conditor celi et terrae.

    _ ¶ For the glory of heauen.

    _ ¶ A thanks geuing vnto God for all his benefites.

    _ ¶ A praier to be said at the houre of death.

    _ ¶ Certain Godly Meditations made in the forme of prayers. by S. Augustine whiche if thou wilt rede them quietly with a feruent spirit, they will stir thee muche to deuocion.

    • ¶ A prayer wherin, through cōmemoration of Christes passion, we desire pardon of oure sinnes and continuaunce in vertue and godlines.

    • ¶ A prayer wherin man confesseth him self to be the cause of Christs passion.

    • ☞ Here dooth man declare vnto God the father, that the Passiō of his sōne, was for his reconciliation and attonement with God.

    • ¶ A deuout Prayer to the holy Ghost.

    • ☞ A prayer to the holi Trinitie.

    • An acknowledging of almighty God and his Maiesty.

    • ¶ After what sorte God the father vouchedsafe to helpe mankind, and of the incarnation of the wurd, whiche is Christe, and of the geuing of thanks.

    • ¶ Of the trust whiche a soule ought to haue in our Lorde Iesu and in his Passion.

    • ¶ Of thexceding loue of the euer lasting father toward mankind.

    • Of the double nature of Christ, whiche hath mercy vpon vs, and maketh intercession for vs.

    • ¶ Of the thankes whiche man ought to geue vnto God for the benefite of his redemption.

    • ¶ A deuout prayer vnto Christe

    • ¶ A prayer declaring with how great miseries this life is replenished.

    • ¶ Of the blessednes of that life whiche God hath prepared for them that loue him.

    • ¶ Heare doo wee complain that we be not moued nor pricked in our contem plation and prayer like as the angels be which tremble at the sight of God.

    • ¶ A veri deuoute prayer for the geuing of thankes.

    • ¶ In this prayer mans minde is very muche and plenteously stirred & moued, if it be said in quietnes.

    • A prayer in time of tribulation.

    • ¶ A very deuout prayer to the sonne. O God the Father of heauen: haue mercy vpon vs miserable sinners.O God the father of heauen. &cO God¶ Sōne of God: we beseech thee to heare vs.Sōne of God we beseeche thee to. &c.O Lambe of God that¶ Oure father whiche art in heauen. &c.And lead vs not into temptaciō.But deliuer vs from euill.Ame¶ The versicle.O Lorde deal not with vs after our sinnes.¶ Answere.Neither rewarde vs after oure ini ¶ The versicle.

¶ Answere. O God merciful father, that dispisest not the sighing of a contrite hart, nor the desire of suche as¶ O Lorde arise help, and deliuer vs for thy names sake.O God we haue heard with our eares and our f¶ O Lorde arise, help vs, and deliuer vs for thy honour.Glory to the father, the sonne, & to the hol _ ¶ Let vs pray.

_ ¶ A prayer for the Queens Maiestie▪.

_ ¶ For rain if the time require.

_ ¶ For faire wether.

_ ¶ A praier of Chrisostome.

_ ¶ In the time of dearth & famin.

_ ¶ Or thus.

_ ¶ In the time of warre.

_ ¶ In the time of any common plage or sicknes.

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  1. A Table of the prayers cōtained in this boke. ¶ Imprinted at London ouer Aldersgate benethe. S. Martins, by Iohn Day. 1561.¶ Cum gratia & priuileg Types of content
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